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June 10th, 2016 by

Hwang, Devlin Welcome North Stratfield Students, Educators to Capitol

Sen. Tony Hwang and Rep. Laura Devlin on June 9 welcomed to the historic State Capitol fifth grade students from North Stratfield Elementary School in Fairfield.

Hwang and Devlin took questions from students, explained the legislative process, and discussed how legislative debates are conducted. Hwang and Devlin then presented an official state citation to longtime North Stratfield teacher Adele R. Josovitz, who is retiring this year.

The lawmakers thanked students and educators for touring the State Capitol. Anyone who is considering a visit to the State Capitol may contact Sen. Hwang at 800 842-1421 or at Tony.Hwang@cga.ct.gov and Rep. Devlin at 800 842-1423 or Laura.Devlin@housegop.ct.gov .

On the web: www.senatorhwang.com , www.cthousegop.com/laura-devlin , and www.fairfieldschools.org/schools/ns .


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Sen. Tony Hwang (center) and Rep. Laura Devlin (right) on June 9 welcomed to the State Capitol fifth grade students from North Stratfield Elementary School in Fairfield.

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Sen. Tony Hwang (left, at podium) and Rep. Laura Devlin (right) on June 9 presented an official state citation to longtime North Stratfield teacher Adele R. Josovitz (center), who is retiring this year. The citation honored Josovitz on her years of service. Josovitz plans to begin her retirement with a trip to Antarctica.

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